Invest in the Future

Thursday, 7 March 2019

Whatever your situation, if you own a property, either a business premises or residential you should consider investing in biomass heating. What is biomass? Biomass is the name given to biological fuel burned to create energy. Most commonly this is in the form of specially manufactured wood pellets. These are usually generated from untreated waste wood or from specially...

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Landlords Saving Money with Biomass

Tuesday, 29 January 2019

As a landlord, if you have multiple properties or units in the same location, you could see a significant saving through the use of biomass boilers. First and foremost, you could qualify for the governments Renewable Heat Incentive and earn money back for 20 years. Meaning you’re making money off the heating of your properties. Secondly, biomass boilers have...

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Are biomass boilers cheap and easy to service?

Tuesday, 29 January 2019

Biomass Boilers – an alternative to oil boilers It is not uncommon, as energy prices continue to dominate headlines, for businesses and households alike to look for alternative heating solutions. For many, biomass is not only viable, but also brings additional benefits. In many cases it is possible to qualify for the government’s renewable heating incentive scheme (RHI) which...

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Energy Efficient in 2019

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Top Tips on Making your Home more Energy Efficient in 2019 No more acute is the need to improve your home’s energy efficiency than in winter. As your heating bills soar, you want to be certain that you’re not wasting your money heating an inefficient home. For most homes, the largest energy cost comes from heating and yours is...

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What are sustainable forests?

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Biomass is fast becoming a viable alternative to traditional fossil fuels. In 2017 biomass accounted for approximately 17% of Great Britain’s renewable power. The key is of course to ensure that its source is indeed a renewable and sustainable one. Biomass, unlike most other renewable energy resources, is unique in being able to perform in a similar way to...

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Biomass Fuel Types

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Biomass fuels are renewable and also considered carbon-neutral. This is because, when they are burned, they release the same amount of carbon they absorbed during their time growing as plants and trees. Fuels can be seen as wet or dry and high or low density. The wetter fuels are lower in calorific value (meaning less energy per kilo) and...

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